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    Would you like some Stapelia gigantea to go with your Amorphophallus?!

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    I think having these around me is MORE than enough thanks!
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    That is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    eBay has lots of them. FYI. Here she is a few days ago stinking out my house!


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    Amazing! Great job!

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    Thanks. They are easy to grow actually. AND if they are pushing up a flower spike they do NOT need to be in soil. You can plant them after flowering. It's a real conversation piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyr View Post
    eBay has lots of them. FYI. Here she is a few days ago stinking out my house!
    Actually not a plant I would bother hitting eBay for. Just wait until autumn and keep your eyes open on the forum. I've given a number of corms away over the last couple years as they tend to pup prolifically. There is someone else I have seen, too, that typically has them for trade here in the fall.

    And, no, in your climate you should be able to leave them in the ground yearround.
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    oooo i love Stapelia gigantea it looks like a thick fleshy starfish growing on a cactus!

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    So how does one grow something like Amorphophallus "Konjac"? Any good care sheets?

    And after seeing this thread (right after my first post), I was inspired! And maybe I got ahead of myself . . . so I would like to ask . . . are these good ebay deals?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/231198841685...84.m1426.l2649
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/231198844734...84.m1426.l2649
    I'm not saying that I already bid on them . . . but I'm not saying I didn't either . . .
    Last edited by Acro; 04-09-2014 at 11:52 PM.

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